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DEALSHAKER EXPO IN CAMBODIA

March 29

Dealshaker exhibition was held in Cambodia. Merchants from the region presented their products and many buyers excitedly purchased the deals directly through their phones, scanning the QR code of each product. Cosmetics, clothes, shoes, electronics, and even vehicles found a place in the exhibition, which once again proved the endless possibilities that the Dealshaker platform gives. Merchants from different industries and businesses of different sizes can offer their products or services online without losing the importance of direct connection to their local customers offline.

In the bustling world of Cambodian e-commerce, businesses are riding the wave of a digital revolution. As this dynamic landscape unfolds, it presents a unique set of opportunities and challenges. At Dealshaker platform, we’re here to guide you through this journey, offering insights and solutions that empower your e-commerce enterprise to thrive. Dealshaker Country manager’s goals are to explore the different factors that are shaping Cambodia’s online shopping scene, from the industry trends of the most sought-after products to the logistics challenges, and understand how Dealshaker can be a trusted partner of all merchants in the region. The Cambodian e-commerce landscape is evolving at a remarkable pace, and as the digital market continues to expand, so do the trends that shape it. While various product categories contribute to this growth, three stand out prominently in Cambodia according to Statista’s study: Electronics, generating an impressive $253.30 million; Beauty, Health, Personal, and Household Care at $241.80 million; and Fashion, with a significant $217.10 million in revenue. These figures reflect the changing buying patterns of Cambodian consumers, as more people embrace the convenience and variety offered by online shopping.

Understanding the e-commerce audience in Cambodia is a top priority for our platform. To succeed, businesses and companies must also consider payment preferences. According to Profitence’s Ecommerce 2022 Report, cash payment for online shopping is slightly above 40%, which means almost 60% of respondents use online payment methods for online shopping. Understanding the preferences of younger demographics and women in the Cambodian e-commerce audience and providing popular payment methods such as QR code payment is the key to tapping into this burgeoning market.

 

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Date:
March 29
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Tapol Village, Svay Dongkum District, Siemreap Province, Cambodia
Tapol Village, Svay Dongkum District Siemreap Province Cambodia + Google Map